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PETER MOSSMAN






F/L CARL SCHAEFER 
 






F/L CARL SCHAEFER 









F/L CARL SCHAEFER







F/L PAUL GORANSON








 W/C PHILLIP DE LACEY











PETER MOSSMAN









PETER MOSSMAN










400 SQUADRON ARTWORK LIST
This list represents the known collection.  No doubt there are other pieces of  400 Squadron artwork in existence.  Please contact us if you know of any further selections.  We will add the artwork presented to our retired Commanding Officers as soon as we can make arrangements to obtain appropriate photos of them.

COPYRIGHT
All artwork in this document are copyright to the artists or, otherwise, the Canadian War Museum as noted.  Copyright is an important feature which eliminates the wrongful use of the artwork and the use of artwork without permission.  All viewers are requested to respect the intent of appropriate copyright.
Canadian aviation artist Peter Mossman has graciously waived the copyright for the purpose of displaying his work on this website only. Artist Ken MacDougall has graciously waived the copyright for the purpose of displaying his work on this website only.  The Canadian War Museum has graciously waived the copyright for the purpose of displaying the work they own on this website only.

PETER MOSSMAN









DAVID BOSANQUET 







 D.B. GARLAND










 KEN MACDOUGALL 








 MRS. J.R. HITCHCOCK 




 
 JIM BELLIVEAU  








 FRANK WOOTTON 






PETER MOSSMAN









 DON CONNOLLY


































21. OTTER OVER ALGONQUIN PARK [Artist: Unknown]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:47 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:26 by Garry Alexander ]

No picture or information on this artwork is available at this time.

20. VAMPIRE 007 [Artist: Don Conolly]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:42 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:25 by Garry Alexander ]



Painted by Don Conolly.  Commissioned by Vic Prendergast

19. KIOWA (PROFILE) [ARTIST - PETER MOSSMAN]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:38 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:22 by Garry Alexander ]

No information or picture of this artwork at this time.

18. OTTER TAKING OFF [Artist: Peter Mossman]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:35 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:21 by Garry Alexander ]


Painted by Peter Mossman circa 1970.  Presented to Col. George Georgas on his departure as CO from 400 Squadron.

17. LYSANDER [Artist: Frank Wooton]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:31 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:20 by Garry Alexander ]


No information relative to location for this painting.

16. GRIFFON (CH-146) [Artist: Jim Belliveau]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:24 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:19 by Garry Alexander ]


GRIFFIN (CH-146) by Jim Belliveau is an acrylic on board measuring 9.5” x 12.5”. It was produced in 1966 (?) and now resides at Base Borden Military Museum, who have graciously given us a copyright waiver for the purpose of displaying to this website only. 

15.TOMAHAWK (SPITFIRE BRIDGE) [Artist: Mrs. J.R. Hitchocock]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:14 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:17 by Garry Alexander ]


No information on the location of this artwork.  See also Carl Mills' DIORAMA of this event.

14. CHECKING THE TARGETS [Artist: Ken MacDougall]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 01:04 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:15 by Garry Alexander ]


During the Air Force Reserves first summer deployments to the Arctic in early 1970's, 400 and 411 Squadrons were based at Churchill, MB. Most of the flights from Churchill were flown to destination well north of the Arctic Circle. Included in the deployment were a few artists and naturalists who were given an opportunity to experience the north. The artist with 400 Squadron was the well-known Ken MacDougall of Sault Ste Marie, ON. He made many sketches and, later, produced several pieces of artwork.

After the daily schedule of work activities, and during the long daylight hours, squadron members were given the opportunity to participate in live weapons firing at an area near the airfield and along the open coast of Hudson's Bay. A make shift range was set up along with make shift targets and firing would commence on the instruction of the Range Officer. After firing, weapons were cleared and participants were allowed to check their targets. 

This painting shows the shooters moving toward their targets. CHECKING THE TARGETS by Ken MacDougall is a watercolor measuring 31 x 24 cm. It was produced in 1972 and now resides with LCol. Carl Mills

13. TWO SABRES [Artist: D.B. Garland]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 00:57 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:13 by Garry Alexander ]



Painted by D.B. Garland circa 1960.  Commissioned by LCol. Wilf Curtis.

12. VAMPIRES OVER DOWNSVIEW [Artist: David Bosanquet]

posted 13 Mar 2013, 00:52 by Bill Bishop   [ updated 24 May 2014, 10:12 by Garry Alexander ]



Painted by David Bosanquet circa 1957 and Presented to LCol. Wilf Curtis on his departure as CO from 400 Squadron.

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